LE SSERAFIM (르세라핌) Documentary 'The World Is My Oyster' EPISODE 03

LE SSERAFIM Debut Documentary
'The World Is My Oyster' EPISODE 03

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  • ba
    ba14 күн бұрын

    the way sakura take the lead in the meeting as the older member is actually make me proud of her...she's so brave

  • love rose
    love rose14 күн бұрын

    I seriously respect Sakura for all the struggle she went through just for debuting ONCE AGAIN

  • ashlyaaa
    ashlyaaa14 күн бұрын

    so proud of sakura for voicing out her opinions on the “self management” thing. they are alr so SO healthy even to the point theyre stick thin which is unhealthy, i rlly don’t understand why the company is even micromanaging that. also so nice for sakura to have yunjin and chaewon to back her up. i find lesserafim to be a group that is quite “woke” and its very refreshing to see in the industry.

  • can't spell ARMY without RM
    can't spell ARMY without RM14 күн бұрын

    yunjin is such a gem. It's hard to find trainees who r soo into music that they even write and compose songs.

  • Save The Corals
    Save The Corals14 күн бұрын

    I see that Sakura is the backbone of this group, even though she is having a hard time, she keeps on cheering and supporting the members. She even voiced out her thoughts at

  • MSJ 001
    MSJ 00114 күн бұрын

    I really cried watching the documentary, seeing the process of debuting a group from a big agency. And people just so easily criticize the idols but they don't see the behind picture of these processes, so I hope everyone can respect them on their way of debuting as an idol.

  • Cherry
    Cherry14 күн бұрын

    that meeting thing over “self-management” was hard to watch but so proud of sakura for voicing out her opinion, also chaewon and yunjin for supporting her. the company didn’t need to micromanage them over these things…

  • khayra arraisy
    khayra arraisy14 күн бұрын

    Eunchae, for someone just one year older than me, standing on the same stage as Miyawaki Sakura, Kim Chaewon, Huh Yunjin, Nakamura Kazuha and still having your own essence stand out is amazing.

  • Reasons
    ReasonsКүн бұрын

    Their dance teacher is really holding this team together. The girls are so comfortable in front of her and the teacher isn't afraid of correcting them, to improve their performance. It takes mutual trust to give and receive constructive criticism, especially to give advice to image-conscious artists like k-pop idols.

  • Alyhanie Abejan
    Alyhanie Abejan14 күн бұрын

    I felt sad when Yunjin talked about the lack of Asian representation in American tv. Having to think about giving up a dream due to a system built by an oppressive side is so frustrating. I’m glad she was able to debut, have the medium to express her feelings through her songwriting and voice. FIGHTING YUNJIN! AND LE SSERAFIM!!

  • Handy Man
    Handy Man14 күн бұрын

    Seeing Chaewon mentioned IZ*ONE so freely on the first ep was a relieve, but watching clips of Sakura’s 48G days (

  • 젼션플리
    젼션플리Күн бұрын

    사쿠라라는 사람의 도전과 열정이 진심으로 멋있다... 그냥 기획사에서 만든 다큐로 팬들만 볼 퀄리티가 아니라, 새로운 일에 도전하는 사람들이 봐도 진짜 동기부여 될듯...

  • mensa
    mensa14 күн бұрын

    이 다큐를 데뷔 즈음이 아닌 지금 이 때 선보이는 전략이 정말 대박임.

  • frml email
    frml email14 күн бұрын

    Bravo Sakura 🔥🔥🔥👏👏👏.. Sakura was very confident voicing out her opinion.. Chaewon and Yunjin being supportive in the meeting make me cry even more.. 😭😭

  • soshibell
    soshibell14 күн бұрын

    i came 60 minutes ago as a non fan, and then this freakin documentary makes me one!! Listening to Fearless would be a different feelings now, they are really freakin talented, raw and bring something new to Kpop. When other agency created their 'picture perfect' idol, HYBE successfully brought the raw version of these talented girls together into this beautiful movie. Its amazing seeing them coming from different background, how their amazing teacher literally need to be 'scary' so they have greed and passion for success. I have so manyyyyy favorite 'real life' lesson from this movie, cos somehow i feel like i could relate to them.

  • 온수현
    온수현Күн бұрын

    사쿠라는 10년 넘게 아이돌 외길+일본에서도 탑, 한국에서도 아이즈원으로 탑 찍었던 경험이 있으니까 자기 관리나 마인드나 화보 촬영 부분에서나 관록이 있고 맡언니라 잘 이끌어줄 수 있으면서도, 약간 허당같이 흐물거리는 면이 있어서 너무 어렵게 느끼지 않을 수도 있으니 이 팀에서 정말 중요한 역할을 하는 사람 같음. 단순히 대중성이나 인기 같은게 이 팀을 알리는데도 도움이 되었겠지만 장기적으로 생각해봤을때 이런 사람이 팀에 있고 없고는 확실히 차이가 난다고 생각해서.

  • 가지
    가지14 күн бұрын

    이런 다큐 보여주니깐.. 진짜 얼마나 아이돌이 데뷔하기까지 힘들지 정말 많이 와닿고 대형기획사일수록 더 뜨기 쉽다고 사람들이 생각하는데 ㅈㄴ짜 데뷔까지 쉽지않네여….멋있습니다……

  • doie
    doie14 күн бұрын

    at first i was like ‘hmm a documentary of their debut, ok’ but rn that i saw their hardship, their story deserve ti be heard. YOU’VE COME A LONG WAY LE SSERAFIM, i’m so proud of you!

  • saimoo
    saimoo14 күн бұрын

    I'm so glad Sakura said that because we all know what he was talking about when he said "self-management" in terms of how they present themselves! It's true that she's seen her former members struggle with things like that, that's not something they should have to be stressing about! That's how these girls can quickly develop eating disorders, body dysmorphia, self-image issues, etc.

  • yoana pradana putri
    yoana pradana putri14 күн бұрын

    07.40 I really like how Sakura expresses her opinion. luckily this group has sakura whose voices must be heard because they are not ordinary members.